Bioethics & Organ Transplantation in a Muslim Society: A Study in Culture, Ethnography, and Religion

Farhat Moazam was born in Pakistan and attended medical school there. For many years, she pursued her surgical and pediatric training in the United States, witnessing not only scientific progress in organ transplantation but also the rise of modern secular bioethics, the advocacy of individual rights and patient autonomy, and feminism(p. 175). Equipped with such privileged knowledge, she obtained high-ranking positions back in Pakistan, reflecting her competence as both a medical doctor and a medical ethics specialist.
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